The drama was real on “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” this week, and rookie Eileen Davidson found herself in the hostess hot seat of a poker party gone very wrong. She took to her Bravo blog to share her insight on an evening that morphed from a simple poker lesson, into a drug fueled nightmare. Eileen noticed that Kim Richards was off when she arrived at the party.
“Something is clearly off with Kim. You can tell that from the car ride over with Lisa R. When she gets to our home, I don’t know what’s going on with her at first. I know she’s supposed to be sober, but her behavior seems to suggest otherwise. She is acting strange and aggressive towards all of us, but especially Kyle.”
Eileen calls out Brandi, for having a twisted view on friendship, and for her obvious efforts to come between Kim and her sister, Kyle.
“Brandi says she wants to help Kim, but it seems that she really wants to make the situation worse. I don’t get this chick. Why is she trying to drive a wedge between Kim and Kyle? Especially from their car ride over together where Kyle spoke in such a loving and concerned way about her sister, and Brandi seemed to appreciate that. Then she gets to our home and turns on Kyle.”
Eileen has Brandi pegged, and seems to be rapidly tiring of her trashy, predictable shtick.
“Obviously, Brandi loves to stir the pot. I guess she gets a kick out of being provocative and saying mean and nasty things. As far as her comments about our home? I thought it was comical that she mentioned Norman Bates, considering she’s the one that’s acting psycho.”
Eileen Davidson is a classy lady, and is far too kind to the hot enabling mess that is Brandi Glanville. It makes perfect sense that Brandi would gravitate to Kim…another needy, and validating fellow train wreck who slipped and blasted her true self all over America Monday night.
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